Gadgets

Warren Buffett 'insults' Musk

Tesla CEO Elon Musk who is known for creating controversies via tweets, has "room for improvement," billionaire investor Warren Buffett has said.

Hackers hack FBI agents !

A group of hackers has broken into several FBI-affiliated portals and uploaded the contents online that contained personal information of federal agents and law enforcement officers.

$20000000 spent on FB boss' security

Facebook spent $20 million on its CEO Mark Zuckerberg's personal security last year -- four times more than what he received for security in 2016.

This Chinese is invading India

Despite facing flak for sleazy content on its platform, Chinese video sharing app TikTok is continuing its dramatic rise in India, adding 8.86 crore users in the first quarter of 2019, according to a new report.

Your mobile is leaking your data

Seven out of every 10 individuals in India are vulnerable to data breach and privacy risks while disposing off their old storage devices, according to a new report.

Instagram users stranger are peeping your bedroom

Adding to the breach scandals surrounding Facebook and its family of apps, this time a bug on photo-messaging app Instagram exposed Stories from certain users to complete strangers.

Jio Super Dhamaka... Know details

Reliance Jio has launched its own news platform JioNews in the form of a web-based service as well as a mobile application for both, Android as well as iOS users.

This Super Laptop will make you crazy !

Modern desktop workplaces have come of age and users do not mind spending moolah for a truly immersive experience -- be it for gaming, streaming movies or performing day-to-day tasks.

WhatsApp users here's new feature for you

Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp is still developing its previously announced "Vacation Mode", but has changed its name to "Ignore Archived Chats" and added certain tweaks to its functionality.

Dirty US Facebook trick for Indians

Facebook has said that the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) violated its guidelines by creating fake profiles on its platform tied to the University of Farmington -- a sham institution that left over 600 students, 90 per cent of them Indians, in detention.

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